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Old 11-09-2006, 09:58 PM   #1
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I am looking for A new transmitter . I need to know what is best best transmitter for someone who is left handed.
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Old 11-09-2006, 10:23 PM   #2
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Try the Nomadio Sensor. It is an awsome controller and packed with all the features. It is totally changeable between left and right handed.

I have been using this controller for 6 months and have never had a glitch.

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Old 11-10-2006, 05:52 AM   #3
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Sanwa/Airtronics M8-M11 can be used for Lefties also, you can convert them with no additional cost...

You can also use sticks offcourse

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Futaba 3PK can be converted for left handers too.
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I use the Futaba 3PK. It has worked flawlessly since I got it. I also just got the 2.4 system and it is sweet!!!

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Most of the topend radios from Futaba, Nomadio, Airtronics, and KO can be switched to left hand drivers. Best would only be the one that feels the best to you as all of the comapnies offer high end radios that can do pretty much anything a racer needs.
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Most of the topend radios from Futaba, Nomadio, Airtronics, and KO can be switched to left hand drivers. Best would only be the one that feels the best to you as all of the comapnies offer high end radios that can do pretty much anything a racer needs.
The KO cannot be converted for left handed use, nor can the new JR Z-1 (since they're the same radio). Given the fact that KO's aren't lefty-capable, I'd probably go with the Futaba. If it's good enough for chicky03 to wheel with it has to be pretty good.
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I've always used Airtronics for the left handed feature.

If you want a lefty KO you have to steal it from Ralph Burch.
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Democrats and liberals prefer Airtronics. I love my M11
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Democrats and liberals prefer Airtronics. I love my M11
But, like most liberals, the M11 just doesn't "think" fast enough Sorry Blake, couldn't resist.......
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But, like most liberals, the M11 just doesn't "think" fast enough


Amen! LOL


Futaba 3PKS with a 2.4 FASST System, great for both righties and lefties!
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Thank you for all yal input I went with the futaba 3pk
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I've always used Airtronics for the left handed feature.

If you want a lefty KO you have to steal it from Ralph Burch.
they will build you one, it will just cost you about 3000.00 bucks. i knoe becauce i checked on it, so i reallly like my M11.
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If you want a lefty KO you have to steal it from Ralph Burch.
Yeap....I think they only made 3 of them. Ralph has two and not sure where the other one went.

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